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Our Campaign Storyends 18 Jun 2016, 11:59 PM
Music for a Cause 16 (MFAC16) is Singapore's First Social Cause Concert.
The event is held from 3-4 June 16 at *SCAPE (Playspace).
Canossaville Children's Home (CCH) is one of the five featured social causes at MFAC16. Founded in 1941, CCH offers residential care to girls aged between 4 years to 12 years who come from family situations which may put them at risk. The home's Student Care Centre offers before/after school care for primary school children, including those with hearing impairment, dyslexia and families needing financial assistance. CCH also uses promotional and preventive approaches to form a creative partnership and collaborate with parents and caregivers to provide children with emotional and psychological support. The Home is run under the guidance of the Canossian Daughters of Charity.
Music for a Cause 16 believes in the good work CCH is doing. Support CCH by donating an amount and make a difference to the lives of these children.
For more information of MFAC16 and the other social causes featured, please visit: www.mfacsg.com
About The Charity
Canossaville Children and Community Services (Canossaville) runs an inclusive Student Care Centre in the Aljunied-MacPherson area. Our programmes cater to both mainstream children, as well as those with mild-to-moderate additional needs, giving priority to the poorest of the poor living in the lower income neighbourhoods. We are open to all faiths and races.
Aged between seven to twelve years old, our children are taught values and skills to prepare them for life. Under our "Formation of the Heart" programme, they are nurtured to be persons of integrity, committed to God and caring for others. Within a safe and value rich environment, every child is empowered to develop their God-given talents to the fullest.
We also have a Child Development Unit set up this year, with a team of specialists comprising Social Workers, an Educational Psychologist, a Speech Language Therapist, and an Occupational Therapist to support children with additional needs.
Founded by the Canossian Sisters in 1941, Canossaville is supported by the Ministry of Social and Family Development, National Council of Social Service and the Early Childhood Development Agency. It is also an approved Institute of Public Character and is authorized to receive tax-deductible donations.